Values | Architectural Drawing





Values | Architectural Drawing

The scale of gradations between light and dark. Values are used to help identify volumes in space. The disposition of volumes embodies both the gestural characteristics derived from the object and the objects basic geometric form.

 

Values | Architectural Drawing

Values | Architectural Drawing

Types of Values

Local Values – Values as they appear.

Reverse Values

Values through Hatching

Here are a few tips to follow in order to maintain “Values” in your drawings

Values | Architectural Drawing

Values | Architectural Drawing

Highlight – lightest Areas

Light Halftone – Middle tones

Core tone – Darkest Area

Reflected Light – Full range of Values

Cast Shadows – Full range of Values

Set up still life with single light source.

 

 



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